Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1903)
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1903,
Mercerized Waistings and
Fleece-Back Fancies : : :
Are the popular cotton fabrics for Fall.
Our line of Foreign and Domestic Novelties
is complete in every detail, and comprises
the latest designs in white, black, cream and
figured fancies. Prices from
Would be glad to show you our new JFall Goods
Corner Main and Alta
it lo' U C Itador?
t.oll slippers at Teutsch's.
See Sharp for paper hanging.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
Smokers' supplies at Neuman's.
See Sharp's artistic wall paper.
i're.1) tiflh, game uml poultry. Cas-
Apply at this
Gr ulk'h Co.
all up 'Phono .Main 1881 when you
ant puro Ice.
Uuv a fountain pen this week at Halt
Trv tho Palm. 221 Court street,
jou't let clears got the best of you
Uw linar t? nlrrnrn Hit ill fin K .
All kinds of Imported and domestic
imp ids ntiri f nm niinwnor hi ivratz s.
We havo fruit jars and fruit jar
Furnlslied mum lor gentleman in
leans vt-Tj runHumtuif, niiqiua' wuh
Estimates given on short notice on
.ano the n oneer na ntcr. K07 vin-1
U C Itadcr, M. A.
Iiosl shoe repairing at Toutsch'i
For the hest hread, get Rohrman's.
J Head the "ad" of tho St. Joe Store.
1 If you want a call, call up Main
I Got your clothes cleaned at .loer
Itio swell novelties In street hats
New hooks urriving daily at Fra-
zior's hook store.
Wanted Salesman and collector.
Call ut this oflice.
New ready-made skirts arriving
dally at Toutseh's.
For Sale Alfalfa liny. See Davo
Ingram, this olllce.
New carpets and linoleums at Ita
dor's furniture store.
Children's school shoes thai wear
and look well, ut Tejtsrh'r.
For prompt service, call up tho Mc
Kay Cab Co., 'phono Maiu 101.
Wanted Salesman and collector.
Call nt Hast Oregonlnn ofllee,
.Fancy cup and saucers, new jauii
tilers, luncy cake plates. Nolf's.
Fall patterns for suits and trousers
on display at Seibert & Scliulx's.
Wanted Furnished housekeop
in grooms. Inquire at this olllce.
Mi Proferida, the best cigar made,
it Uees' cigar store. Court street.
Goods that are right at prices that
T E. Owens, of Athena, spent tho
day In Pendleton yesterday.
D. Bryson, of Weston, was in tho
city yesterday trensacting business.
Mrs. .1. C. Pall, of Heppner, was tho
guesi or t'oncueion friends yesterday
C. E. Foil is In Portland visiting
uic carnivnl and will remain several
H. E. Davis, of Weston, was In tho
city yesterday for a short time on
S. D. Calderhead, of tho W. & C. It,
was a business visitor In the city
A, L. Swagcert. of Athena, was In
the city yesterday for a short visit
I.. E. Darnell and A. H. Barnett, of
Atnenn, wero in Pendleton yesterday
tor a snort visit.
Miss Blanche Bailey has returned
from a visit with relatives and
trionds at Spokane.
James Isaacs, of McKay, was in th
city yesterday the guest of Mr. an
Mrs. J. W. Sullivan.
llov. F. C. Atkins, of Hemincr.
spent the day In the city the guest
ol Pendleton friends.
F. W. Schmidt, the druggists, re
turned last night from Portland
where he lias been on a short visit.
Mrs. S. A. Tauslck, the wife of the
Walla Walla laundryman, was the
guest ot Pendleton friends for a time
Miss May Browne and Miss Edna
Carlson, both of Similiter, visited
friends in the city yesterday, on thel
way to college In Walla Walla.
Or. C. H. McNabb left this morn
ing lor Warren Station. v. Ik re he
was called to attend r valuable hoise
belonging to John Melrick. of that
Allss Amy Mntthews loft this morn
Ing for Chatoclet Lake. Idaho, where
sue will make her home with her pa
rents, who are now located tnere per
Mrs. Victor Hunzlker left this
morning for her homo In Walla alter
having visited at the home of her
sister,. Mrs. Louis Hunzlker, of this
city, for some time.
T IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
AT SHIELD'S PARK.
Wanted A young girl to tnke care are right nt Itador's furniture store
. ,,,,, .,...ei wiuui nm-ciiu sine in uio oi joe
," ..,.... ., ... " .....V. ..l,L...JIB 1. 5.1, If, IU ll'IJ
Fuur hundred acres IlO-bushel For limit Tuv, munli Iuhinhk Mirer,
' ol "'. " i.evui, iiuuji mocks oast or Mnin street. Apply
III niTr Cnrltl.r riltlMur ...til.,,. Helrta i ... T-l m
I boys' clothing until Wednesday even
ing, llaor & Daley.
A lovely house for salo cheap;
either one, two or three lots. Inquire
at Standard Grocery.
' Two pianos, slightly used. Groat
I bargains. Coma quick. Inland Em-
plro Piano House, near bridge.
Look over your house furniture.
Wo cun rollnlsh it like now. Wilson
&, Carnlne, 'phono main black 1043.
1 Eight-room house fur sale. Suita
bio for finally or lodging house. De
slralily located. Call 203 Jackson
strool or call up 'phone Black M3,
The Bright New Ideas
of the day.
Latest Creations of the
You tan always depend
on what you get at our
uuur K. Aleuiudri
Big Crowd, Regardless of All Corn
A big crowd greeted the strongest
bill of the season lust night at the
Shield's Park show at the Frazcr,
and Is expected to listen to and
watch the same cast tonight.
The especial feature is the Tliomp
sons, the Chinese Impersonators, who
render characterizations and music
that are not only out-and-out novel
ties, but are first-class. The Bran
sons, in tlie sketch "Tho Haunted
House," brought down the house. Tho
Thompson sisters and John Coburt,
tlie favorites of last week, are re
tained for this entire week, an an
nouncement that in itself insures a
large attendance. Tlie Ulustrateu
songs by Mrs, Bronson last night
was their first presentation wero a
great surprise, us they are fresh and
rendered with a verve and complete
naturalness that Is captivating. Mrs
Bronson will appear every night this
week. John Vincent created a most
favorable impression and the public
recognizes him as a vaudoville singer
of rare promise.
Farms for Salo,
We now have listed for sale somo
of tho hest wlieut farms and stock
ranches In the county. All the places
are well improved and well supplied
with water. Also some very desir
able city property, Call and got
HGNTLKY & HAItTMAN.
Social at Parish House.
All who would enjoy a most ideas
nut evening, are invited to attend tho
social tonight at tho parish house.
Tho ladles havo spared no pains to
nrrnnge for a very onjoyablo evening.
New Shipment of Turkey
and Ostrich Dusters
14 inch Tur-
L-hi. . '0,lnc!1 'Turkey, 100 feathers special
leathers , er,s sPecial 5c 12 inch carriage duster 120 tail
'.2S S 'I a 75C' 8 ,ncl1 parlor duster (Ostrich,) special
isii duster for removing dirt from furniture special 50c.
better ourl lcu Cream will please you. If you ever had any
"in tost you a cunt. We will let you be the judge.
ititu.. . '
'S DRUG STORE
"!' truin Main street toward tho Court IIouhk
Return From California.
Mrs. Helen Webb Marsten and
daughter havo returned from Oakland
and San Francisco, whore they havo
been spending tho summer. Mrs.
Marsten Is accompanied by her sis
ter, Miss Emma L. Hawkctt, of Oak
land, who will be her guest for a
Notice to Redmen.
Umaholls No. IS. Imp. O. H. M Is
now meeting every Tuesday evening
In Hendricks Hall. This evening 1110
tiilio will give a social to which all
members of the tribe and of tho Do
gree of Pocahontas aro Invited to at
tend. ROY W. K1TNEH,
Chief of Records.
New Suits and Coats
A Woman Chooses here with
the Certainty of Choos
The head of our Cloak and Suit Dopartmont visited all the loading cloak
houses in Iho East, so wo are able to show what is being worn in tho fashion
centers. We can show you some of tho garments displayed in tho CONGRESS
of FASHIONS recently' held in Now York. Tailor suits will bo in great de
mand this fall. The radical change in tho suit jacket from short to long is
reason enough. The straight round walking skirt suit has gained in popularity
and will sell largely. Many fancy materials are in evidence, especially Home
spuns Mixtures and tho Mannish Materials.
New Dress Skirts
New Walking Skirts
- Children's Wool Dresses
The new silk waists are more beautiful than ever and prices within reach
of all. No trouble to show goods.
THE PEOPLES' WAREHOUSE
PENDLETON'S ONLY CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE.
TURN FRUIT FAIR DOWN.
Employment of A Non-union Hand
at Walla Walla.
Hecause the VVulla Walla Fruit
Fair association lias engaged a non-
union band to furnish music during
the fair tho Walla Walla Trades
nd Labor Couucil In regular session
last evening turned down nn Invita
tion from the association to choose
day at the exposition, says th
Walla Walla Union. The fact th
Sllory's Hoyal Italian band Is non
union was the reason assigned in
tlie reply by tht council.
A BIG SALE
I of SCHOOL BOOKS
u.. 1 SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Quicksilver In 1903.
Tlie production of quicksilver in tho
United States during IWZ, says ur
Joseph Struthers tn his report to tho
United States geological i-urvey,
amounted to 3-1.451 flasks of 7GV6
pounds each, valued at $1,500,412. as
compared with 2,727 nasKs, vaiueu
at $1,382,305, In 1901, an increase In
quantity of 4,724 llasks and In value
of $118,107, California contributed
tho greater part of the output,
amounting to 29.109 ilasks, as com
pared with 2,72(l llasgs, in 1901.
Texas reported 6,252 llasks, as com
pared with 2,932 flasks in 1901, hot
states thus showing an increase of
the production above that of tho pre
ceding year. Oregon, which furnish
ed 75 flasks in 1901. reported no pro
duction during 1902, tho quicksilver
mining operations In that state being
limited to development work.
U. c. DeWItt & Co. is tho name of
tho firm who make tho gonulno Witch
Huzol Salvo. DoWitt's is the Wltcu
Hazel Salvo, that heals without leav
ing a scar. It Is 11 serious mistake to
uso any other. DoWitt's Witch Ha
zel Salvo cures blind, blooding, ltcn
Inir and protruding plies, burns,
brulsos, oczoma and all skin diseases.
Sold by Tallman & Co.
What Kind of
Feet Have You
If they aio narrow or low
Instep, or high Instep or wide
and short. Hut and broad, or if
you havo corns or bunions or
ingrowing too nails, or too in
or toe out, why to bo properly
shod you must certainly con
sult the doctor of shoes In the
shoe parlor of tho Iloston Store.
Hero will be told to you all
the truths about good shoes.
How to buy tho easy feeling,
good wearing, flno appearing,
and purso opening shoos. Ho
member that our shoes save in
When wo tell you wo have
tho largest stock of shoes to
sell men and women at J.60 to
$3.50, we aro stating a fact easy
to prove. Thut's why it pays to
Inspect our shoo department
when In need of shoes for any
of tho family
20 Slate Pencils 5u
2 Hot ties Jo t Ink Ha
1 dozen pencils fie
Large line Composition
book' 0, 10, 15 mill .
The Oregon State Copy
books hero at Nolf's only fie
Large, wide tablets-UK)
sheets, only 60
Kutiey pen holder ami pen Ic etc.
We pay highest cush price for
all kinds of old school books.
Knit line of Bt. Joseph uml
Pendleton Academy books, and
Public .School books at lowest
THE NOLF STORE
Huutu CIuuh HeudtjtiarterH.
IS THE CHEAPEST
Iieur this in mind when you
need poultry and stock supplies
ami ask for the International
Poultry and Stock Food. Use
Kow Kuro for your cow trou
bios. C. F. Goleswortliy
127-129 East Alta St.
Agent for Lee's Lice Killer
Cur Mmn lia M I'.o Kllli.ll, I'liip.
Our sjiccialtiiis aro finest
fresh and suit watur fish
of rill desirable varitius,
water dulacacius. Olym
pia and cistern oysters.
We will sarvo you with
the finest oyster cocktail.
Goods delivered to any
part of the city. Prompt
service and hest satisfaction.
A Trial Order is Solicited I
Manufacturers of the
Repairs for all kinds of
Foundry Work a Speoialty
(JaH't paid for old castings
The Oregon Dully Journal can be
found 011 sale ut l-'razlor's hook store.